Substances that require authorisation are listed in Annex XIV of the REACH Regulation. There are currently 54 substances. After inclusion in Annex XIV these substances will be no longer available within the next 2 - 3 years.
Companies that want to use these substances for their intended uses have to apply for authorisation. The application must either include the demonstrated absence of any risk to human health and the environment, or a Socio-Economic Analysis.
Companies that use a substance subject to authorisation must notify the ECHA.
- Assistance with alternatives and substitution
- Communication with other applicants and the authorities
- Assistance with application for authorisation and socio-economic analysis
- Creation of the REACH-IT account
- Submission to the ECHA
- Literature search and evaluation
- Recommendations for carrying out tests
- Arrangement of testing institutes
- Scientific monitoring of audits
- Safety Data Sheets and eSDS (extended safety data sheets) more